Child Mind Institute Resource

Good morning to everyone!!! I am hoping that you were able to have a restful sleep and are enjoying the sunshine this morning. For a few years, I have followed the Child Mind Institute. It is an amazing resource on … Continue reading

Not Doing Anything is Doing Everything

One of my favourite persons is Fred McFeely Rogers, otherwise know as Mr. Rogers from Mr. Rogers’ Neighbourhood. One of my favourite quotes from him is as follows: When I was a boy and I would see scary things in … Continue reading

Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Protocol

Dear Families, We have taken various efforts over the last month to keep our Clinic safe for you during the COVID-19 outbreak. To further improve your safety and help public health authorities “flatten the curve” on the virus spread, effective March 18th … Continue reading

How to talk to your kids about COVID-19

You’re Not Alone

Today Dr. Pure presented at a mental health conference called You’re Not Alone at Dartmouth South Academy.   Thank you to Deb MacDonald for creating this opportunity for your students and starting these conversations. We Thank You for inviting us. PDF … Continue reading

The Association of Psychologists of Nova Scotia (APNS) presents Psychology Talks 2020

APNS is pleased to announce its free public information sessions to celebrate Psychology Month. The Poster lists all the events by date. We are kicking off Psychology Month 2020 with a screening of the film A Beautiful Mind at the … Continue reading

February – Psychology Month

Your Mental Health… What? When? Where? And Why? What can a psychologist teach you about your mental health? Let’s talk about some facts you should know about your mental health. When should you seek professional help for your mental health … Continue reading

Leo needs some extra care… can you help?

This is Leo, a geriatric dog. What an amazingly loving dog. He was found wandering in a rural area and was malnourished and in bad shape. He visited my clinic today with his new foster family. He is just beautiful! … Continue reading

Concurrent and Subsequent Associations Between Daily Digital Technology Use and High-Risk Adolescents’ Mental Health Symptoms

Adolescents are spending an unprecedented amount of time using digital technologies (especially mobile technologies), and there are concerns that adolescents’ constant connectivity is associated with poor mental health, particularly among at-risk adolescents. Participants included 151 adolescents at risk for mental … Continue reading

Danielle Robitaille Art – INVISIBLE

Danielle is a wonderful young woman who will be presenting her Art called INVISIBLE – Portrayals of Chronic Pain and Invisible Illness, on May 31st at 12:00 – 4:00 pm at the Pain Management Services QEII. She is a example … Continue reading